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International SOS offers this one-day program for parents and childcare providers who are working in a domestic situation and caring for children. It is held in the Training Center at International SOS clinic in Jakarta and is offered in Bahasa Indonesia (specifically for household staff), English, and Japanese. A Certificate of Competence or Certificate of Attendance will be issued upon completion of this program.

You may be living in a location where you do not have access to emergency services including ambulance services, and emergency transport may be in private vehicles. This first aid training program will provide skills and confidence that can help either you, or individuals caring for your children, to provide medical assistance until the arrival of, or transfer to, professional medical support services.

Aims of the Childcare Providers Program:

  • Provide fundamental first aid training suitable for household staff and family members caring for children
  • Provide information, training and skill practice so that initial first aid care can be given to acute trauma or medical emergencies until medical personnel can assume care of the patient
  • Provide guidance and skills to improve the level of communication between the person giving first aid and any medical support services
2017 Course Schedule


First Aid Level One for Child and Infant
(One full day)

May 18
July 13
September 14
November 16

 

All courses are held from 08:30AM - 4:00PM

Course can be conducted by request in: English, Bahasa Indonesia, or Japanese .

We also can schedule special classes as needed as long as
at least 6 participants register.

We also offer First Aid Classes.

For further information on International SOS Training programs, please contact our Sales & Marketing Department at 021-750-5973, ext 8739 or email [email protected]

 

Last updated May 4, 2017

 
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